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elton fancher

05-28-2016 22:47:55




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I have a couple spark plug holes some moron cross threaded in this 123. What can I use to straighten these holes so I can get a plug in right?




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Jim Becker

05-29-2016 19:16:38




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 Re: Super C in reply to elton fancher, 05-28-2016 22:47:55  
Make sure the plugs aren't messed up.



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Jim Becker

05-29-2016 09:15:17




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 Re: Super C in reply to elton fancher, 05-28-2016 22:47:55  
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Close: "Full Line Auto Parts Store", thought that was a known term.

Regarding the intervening question, the correct chaser/tap is 18mm.



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elton fancher

05-29-2016 17:55:13




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 Re: Super C in reply to Jim Becker, 05-29-2016 09:15:17  
Tried an 18 mm, went right through like it was supposed to, plugs won't.



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clint s

05-29-2016 07:50:57




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 Re: Super C in reply to elton fancher, 05-28-2016 22:47:55  
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Guessing '' Favorite local auto parts store''. ???



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Jim Becker

05-29-2016 06:10:24




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 Re: Super C in reply to elton fancher, 05-28-2016 22:47:55  
A tap yes, better yet if you find a thread chaser for cleaning threads rather than cutting new ones. You should be able to find one at about any FLAPS (intended for cleaning carbon from plug holes).



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elton fancher

05-29-2016 07:30:40




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 Re: Super C in reply to Jim Becker, 05-29-2016 06:10:24  
What is FLAPS?



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elton fancher

05-29-2016 07:32:24




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 Re: Super C in reply to elton fancher, 05-29-2016 07:30:40  
I hoping someone could tell me the correct tap or chaser as I may have or find one around here.



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gene bender

05-29-2016 04:00:30




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 Re: Super C in reply to elton fancher, 05-28-2016 22:47:55  
get The correct tap for the thread pitch I got mine at Car Quest



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